TNWiki Article Spotlight – Blazor: CRUD Using MongoDB


It's another Tuesday and I am warmly welcoming you all to this week's TNWiki Article Spotlight. 

Blazor is a new experimental .NET web framework using C#/Razor and HTML that runs in the browser with WebAssembly. And yes, you can use .NET on the client side and it provides all of the benefits of a client-side web UI framework.

Ankit has written this nice article in which the article will guide you on creating a Single Page Application (SPA) using Blazor to do CRUD operations on a MongoDB. The article provides an end to end detail, starting from installing MongoDB, executing MongoDB commands using Command Prompt, creating a Blazor Web Application from scratch using Visual Studio and developing a complete application from there. And I really liked that fact that he has used MongoDB as the data storage.

The article is well detailed, you can find code snippets, very good explanations and images to get you comfortable on what you are doing. And of course, you can download the complete source code from TechNet Gallery using the link provided towards the end of the article.

I am sure you will find the article fascinating and below is the link to read the full article.
Blazor: CRUD Using MongoDB

Have a nice week ahead!

Happy Coding!


 

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Comments (2)

  1. pituach says:

    You choice an awesome article and it is nice post (like)
    Thanks for sharing it Jaliya 🙂

  2. Great article for TNWiki spotlight and well formatted. Thanks for sharing this blog post 🙂

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